The HackerLab penetration testers at Cyber Pathways

HackerLab’s New Look And Website Unveiled At Cyber Pathways

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HackerLab is a technical knowledge base and a safe space for hackers to meet, undertake bug bounties and practice in our private lab environment.

Our first meetup was in April 2019 and, since then, we've built up a great group of people who come along to our regular knowledge-sharing events in Brighton. 

The main aim of each event is for people to learn new skills and make new friends in the hacking community.

New attendees are always welcome, no matter your skill level. From those looking to get started, through to seasoned pro, we have something for you all. Hacking, expertise and good people. What more do you need?

Last week, we took our HackerLab on the road to London, exhibiting at Cyber Pathways - a fantastic event for anyone looking to advance their cyber security career.

The HackerLab team talking to Cyber pathways delegates | penetration testing

Our aim for Cyber Pathways was to share knowledge, spread the HackerLab word and test people's lock picking skills. This attracted a large queue of people, eager to pick the lock and gain access to our bounty of sweets.

While this was a great way to bring people to our stand, it's also a practical skill our penetration testers may put to use when red teaming. These exercises involve going onsite and tackling physical barriers.

Along with being a meetup, HackerLab is also a fantastic technical resource, with new content added regularly - including in-depth ethical hacking articles and walkthroughs.

Take a read through today and start putting your hacking skills to the test.

Picking locks to access the sweet bug bounty | penetration testing

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